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Pago Casa del Blanco 'Quixote' Petit Verdot (VINO DE PAGO) | Innovative DOP Pago is Spain's most distinguished appellation.

Pago Casa del Blanco 'Quixote' Petit Verdot (VINO DE PAGO) | Innovative DOP Pago is Spain's most distinguished appellation.

Bucefalo Biodynamic Montepulciano - Amarone-style Abruzzi blockbuster

Uber-organic rosso made in the 'appassimento' style (i. like Amarone).

Agricultura Alentejano (Portugal) | Stunning Tempranillo-based red from Portugal's most exciting wine region. eep ruby colour with a warm, inviting nose of sweet blackberry and liquorice. The palate is round, smooth and loaded with appealing flavours of baked plum, fruitcake and cocoa. Super easy drinking. Amazing on its own or with sticky spare ribs.

A stunning Tempranillo-based red from Portugal's most exciting wine region.

Château Festiano Minervois | Minervois is an appellation - or wine region - in France's western Languedoc. The name comes from the village of Minerve, itself named after the Greek goddess Minerva. Regulations stipulate that red Minervois must be at least 60% Grenache, Syrah and Mourvèdre (GSM) combined, possibly supported (or stretched!) with Carignan and Cinsaut.

Château Festiano Minervois | Minervois is an appellation - or wine region - in France's western Languedoc. The name comes from the village of Minerve, itself named after the Greek goddess Minerva. Regulations stipulate that red Minervois must be at least 60% Grenache, Syrah and Mourvèdre (GSM) combined, possibly supported (or stretched!) with Carignan and Cinsaut.

The vibrant Appétit de France range is immediately memorable, each label showing an animal that makes a brilliant food match for the wine in question - lobster for Sauvignon, salmon for Chardonnay, pork for Merlot and (here) beef for Cabernet.

Break out the beef for this lavish Languedoc Cab.

Within Italy, CF really only appears in the north (it prefers cool climates), and its distinctive green pepper notes have caused it to be confused with local Carménère on occasion.

Within Italy, CF really only appears in the north (it prefers cool climates), and its distinctive green pepper notes have caused it to be confused with local Carménère on occasion.

NEW WINE: Coste di Moro *Biodynamic* Montepulciano d'Abruzzo 2010 | Opaque black-ruby, with massive, sweet-fruited aromas and an unctuous, dense palate loaded with extreme flavours of blackberry, Tiramisu, molasses and crème de cacao. (Despite all this apparent sweetness, the wine is dry!) A polished, astonishing red that will stop you in your tracks. Savour on its own or pair with rich foods like meaty lamb ragu or filet mignon with a balsamic reduction.

'Liquid Tiramisu' is how it has been described - must-try stuff.

Barbera, Italy's 3rd-most planted grape after Sangiovese and Montepulciano, is a fun, uncomplicated variety that's native to Piemonte.

Barbera, Italy's planted grape after Sangiovese and Montepulciano, is a fun, uncomplicated variety that's native to Piemonte.

Fitou is a classic Midi region that makes herby reds from Carignan and Grenache.

Fitou is a classic Midi region that makes herby reds from Carignan and Grenache.

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